So I've been looking at some chemistry processes and I was trying to conclude how they got the numbers they got. How would I go about calculating the solubility of Phenyl-2-nitropropene in Isopropyl Alcohol?
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It cannot be calculated theoretically and has to be done practically
It is measured in terms of the maximum amount(usually moles) of solute dissolved in a solvent at equilibrium